CME393 Syllabus - Advanced Vehicle Engineering - 2021 Regulation Anna University

CME393 Syllabus - Advanced Vehicle Engineering - 2021 Regulation Anna University

CME393

ADVANCED VEHICLE ENGINEERING

 L T P C

3003

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
1. To introduce the basic concepts of electric vehicle and their characteristics
2. To introduce different types of motors and the selection of motor for vehicle applications.
3. To acquaint the student with different sensors and systems used in autonomous and connected vehicles.
4. To give an overview of networking with sensors and systems.
5. To introduce the modern methods of diagnosing on-board the vehicle troubles.

UNIT I

ELECTRIC VEHICLES

9

EV architectures, advantages and disadvantages, Electrical and mechanical energy storage technologies, battery management. Performance of Electric Vehicles, Tractive effort and Transmission requirement, Vehicle performance, Tractive effort in normal driving.

UNIT II

ELECTRIC VEHICLE MOTORS

9

Electric Propulsion basics, motor capacity determination, Induction motor, DC motor, Permanent Magnet Motor, Switch Reluctance Motor, Configuration, Characteristics, Performance and control of Drives.


UNIT III

AUTONOMOUS AND CONNECTED VEHICLES

9

Vehicle-to-Vehicle Technology, Vehicle to Road and Vehicle to Vehicle Infrastructure, Basic Control System, Surroundings Sensing Systems, Role of Wireless Data Networks, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, Basics of Radar System, Ultrasonic Sonar Systems, Lidar System, Camera Technology, Basics of Wireless Technology, Receiver System.

UNIT IV

AUTOMOTIVE NETWORKING

9

Bus Systems – Classification, Applications in the vehicle, Coupling of networks, networked vehicles, Buses - CAN Bus, LIN Bus, MOST Bus, Bluetooth, Flex Ray, Diagnostic Interfaces.

UNIT V

ON-BOARD TESTING

9

Integration of Sensor Data to On-Board Control Systems (OBD), OBD requirements, certification, enforcement, systems, testing, Catalytic converter and Exhaust Gas Recirculation system monitoring, Introduction to Cyber-physical system.

TOTAL: 45 PERIODS

OUTCOMES: At the end of the course the students would be able to
1. Acquire an overview of electric vehicles and their importance in automotive.
2. Discuss the characteristics and the selection of traction motor.
3. Comprehend the vehicle-to-vehicle and autonomous technology.
4. Explain the networking of various modules in automotive systems, communication protocols and diagnostics of the sub systems.
5. Be familiar with on-board diagnostics systems.

TEXT BOOKS:
1 John G Hayes and G AbaasGoodarzi, Electric Powertrain -, 1st Edition, John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2018
2 Hussain T Mouftah, Melike Erol-kantarci and Samesh Sorour, Connected and Autonomous Vehicles in Smart Cities,CRC Press, 1st Edition, 2020.

REFERENCES:
1 Dominique Paret, Multiplexed Networks for Embedded Systems, John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2007.
2 Hong Cheng, ―Autonomous Intelligent Vehicles: Theory, Algorithms & Implementation‖, Springer, 2011
3 Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing (ATVM) Loan Program (Energy Science, Engineering and Technology: Congressional Policies, Practices and Procedures)by Andrew M Wright and Harrison R Scott | 5 September 2012
4 Advanced Vehicle Technology by Heinz Heisler MSc BSc FIMI MIRTE MCIT | 17 July 2002
5 Advanced Motorsport Engineering: Units for Study at Level 3by Andrew Livesey | 1 September 2011

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